We do vacuum repair and we also sell vacuums and sweepers! So if you’re looking for the Best vacuum cleaner in the Toledo Ohio area – you found the right place! Let our 50+ years experience selling and servicing vacuum cleaners in the Toledo, Ohio area help you! We can recommend the model best for your needs. Choose from Dyson, Miele, Riccar, Eureka, Sebo, Royal, Hoover, Dirt Devil, Royal, NSS, Electrolux, Sanitaire, Cirrus, Bissell and Shark!. We also have all belts and bags for all makes and models of vacuums.
Vacuums At the Best Prices!
- Trade-ins welcomed! *$35-$150 when you trade in your old vacuum
- Senior and Military Discounts
- Non-Profit Discounts
- Full Demos
- Free Recycling on old vacuums
- Pickup and Delivery service available
- Competitor price matching
- PLUS we Donate $5 to Charity for each new vacuum sold!
Before you purchase a new vacuum, bring in your old vacuum cleaner or sweeper and we’ll be happy to inspect it for you. And our vacuum repair department may even be able to fix it for you!
Vacuum Cleaner Sales
And if you do need a new vacuum sweeper,we can show you a variety of makes and models and explain the features of each one.
How Much Have Vacuum Cleaners Changed?
According to Mental Floss, the “PUFFING BILLY,” THE FIRST POWER VACUUM, WAS HORSE-DRAWN …
In 1901, British engineer Hubert Cecil Booth invented the first powered vacuum cleaner, likely inspired by American inventor John S. Thurman’s “pneumatic carpet renovator,” which cleaned by blowing rather than drawing air. Booth’s “Puffing Billy” ran on gasoline and was towed around on a horse-drawn cart due to its massive size. It provided paid “Vacuum Cleaning” services via tubes snaked into the windows of homes or commercial buildings. (http://mentalfloss.com/article/63990/get-sucked-these-11-facts-about-history-vacuum-cleaner)
This photo is from another interesting article from the History of Professional Carpet Cleaning showing the vacuum tubes feeding into the windows of the building.
According to a third article, by 1910, home vacuum cleaners were as powerful as they are today, but personally, I like living in the age of filter bags. 🙂